Ah, relationships. I’m sure if I were to ask each one of you to tell me why did your previous relationships fail, I would be here for hours. So, trust me. I won’t go there. This post is dedicated to the single ladies. The single ladies who still believe love can be right around the corner. Women who will keep trying until they’ve found the “perfect” man. The perfect man who will exceed her expectations and give her endless happiness.
Ladies, want to know one of the main reasons for bad breakups, heartache, regret and that feeling of deliberately wanting to punch your boyfriend in the face? The reason is because the relationship moved too fast.
Today is my husband’s birthday and I couldn’t think of anything better than to publicly display my love for him on my blog. I feel the need to attempt to write down my feelings and express to him in words how much I love and admire him.
Did you ever have that one guy friend who was madly in love with you and asked you to be his girlfriend every chance he could get? Fast forward four years and he still hadn’t lost hope. That my friends is called perseverance. And most of us ladies have dealt with the guy friend who wanted to become more than just a friend.
I started working for a marketing company that did B2B sales when I was 19 years old. Which means I went door-to-door selling products to small and medium-sized businesses that were not expecting me. It was cold calling for lack of a better word. In ten seconds or less, I had to persuade the business owner to listen to what I could offer him or her and ultimately close the sale. I improved on my people skills, gained confidence and became one of the top leaders in the company. I did this until I was 24 years old…working on 100 percent commission and managing multiple teams while providing a good life as a single mom for my daughter and me.
Ladies… I have a love/hate relationship with Facebook. Why? Because most of your “friends” on Facebook are not really your friends. Surprising. I know.
Fear is one of those things I wish didn’t exist. There are a lot of things I’m fearful of. Some of these fears I’ve overcomed and others I’ve struggled with for God knows how long. But without a doubt, I know in my heart that you’re able to overcome your fears if you truly believe you can.